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Sources for an Introduction to the Massoretic Textual Tradition /
Βιβλιογραφία για την Εισαγωγή στη Μασωριτική Κειμενική Παράδοση


Introduction to the Massoretic Textual Tradition
  1. Aronoff, Mark. "Orthography and Linguistic Theory: The Syntactic Basis of Masoretic Hebrew Punctuation." Language 61, no. 1 (1985): 28-72.
  2. Barnes, W. E. "Ancient Corrections in the Text of the Old Testament (Tikkun Sopherim)." JTS 1 (1900): 387-414.
  3. Barr, J. "A New Look at Kethibh-Qere." OTS 21 (1981): 19-37.
  4. Ben-Zvi, I. "The Codex of Ben Asher." Textus 1 (1960): 1-16.
  5. Betzer, Zvi H. "Accents and Masora in Rabbinic Responsa." JQR 91, no. 1-2 (2001): 222-43.
  6. Chiesa, Bruno. Emergence of Hebrew Biblical Pointings Judentum Und Umwelt Bd. 1. Frankfurt: Lang, 1979.
  7. Clark, David John. "The Placement of Section Headings; a Neglected Old Testament Discourse Resource." Bible Translator 55, no. 2 (2003): 201-212.
  8. Cohen, Miles Blicker. The System of Accentuation in the Hebrew Bible. Minneapolis, MN: Milco Press, 1969.
  9. Cross, Frank Moore. From Epic to Canon. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.
  10. Dotan, Aron. "The Beginnings of Masoretic Vowel Notation." In 1972 and 1973 Proceedings IOMS. n.l.: n.p., 1974.
  11. ________. "The Relative Chronology of Hebrew Vocalization and Accentuation." PAAJR 48 (1981): 87-99.
  12. Dresher, Bezalel, Elan. "The Prosodic Basis of the Tiberian Hebrew System of Accents." Language 70, no. 1 (1994): 1-52.
  13. Freedman, David B. and Miles B. Cohen. "The Masoretes as Exegetes: Selected Examples." In 1972 and 1973 Proceedings Ioms, ed. Harry M. Orlinsky, 35-46. n.l.: n.p., 1974.
  14. Geden, Alfred S. Outlines of Introduction to the Hebrew Bible. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1909.
  15. Ginsburg, Christian D. Introduction to the Massoretico-Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible. Reprint 1966 ed. New York: KTAV Publishing House, 1897.
  16. Goerwitz, Richard L. III. "Tiberian Hebrew Pausal Forms." Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1993.
  17. Goshen-Gottstein, Moshe. "The Authority of the Aleppo Codex." Textus 1 (1960): 17-58.
  18. ________. "The Rise of the Tiberian Bible Text." In Biblical and Other Studies, ed. A. Altmann, 79-122. Cambrigde: Harvard University Press, 1963.
  19. Himmelfarb, Lea. "The Exegetical Role of the 'Paseq'." Sefarad 58, no. 2 (1998): 243-60.
  20. Hjelm, Ingrid. "Whose Bible Is It Anyway? Ancient Authors, Medieval Manuscripts and Modern Perceptions." SJOT 18, no. 1 (2004): 108-34.
  21. Hoop, Raymond de. "The Colometry of Hebrew Verse and the Masoretic Accents; Evaluation of a Recent Approach (Pt. 1)." JNSL 26, no. 1 (2000): 47-73.
  22. ________. "The Colometry of Hebrew Verse and the Masoretic Accents; Evaluation of a Recent Approach (Pt. 2)." JNSL 26, no. 2 (2000): 65-100.
  23. Lehman, I. O. "A Forgotten Principle of Biblical Textual Tradition Rediscovered." JNES 26, no. 2 (1967): 93-101.
  24. Levine, Etan. "The Transcription of the Torah Scroll." ZAW 94, no. 1 (1982): 99-104.
  25. Levy, B. Barry. Fixing God's Torah. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
  26. Lieberman, S. Hellensim in Jewish Palestine. New York: Feldheim, 1950.
  27. Malone, Joseph L. "'Heavy Segments' Vs. The Paradoxes of Segment Length; the Evidence of Tiberian Hebrew." Linguistics (1978): 119-58.
  28. Maori, Yeshayahu. "Rabbinic Midrash as Evidence for Textual Variants in the Hebrew Bible:
  29. History and Practice." In Modern Scholarship in the Study of Torah, ed. Shalom Carmy, 101-29. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1996.
  30. Marcus, David. "Alternate Chapter Divisions in the Pentateuch in the Light of Masoretic Sections." Hebrew Studies 44 (2003): 119-28.
  31. Margolis, Max L. . "Accents in Hebrew." In Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnall's, 1901-1906.
  32. Mashiah, Rachel. "Parallel Realizations of Dichotomy Patterns in Biblical Accentuation." Masoretic Studies 8 (1996): 59-69.
  33. McCarthy, John. "Formal Problems in Semitic Phonology and Morphology." Ph.D., 1979.
  34. McKane, W. "Obervation on the Tikkune Soperim." In On Language, Culture and Religion: In Honor of Eugen A. Nida, ed. M. Black and W. Smalley, 53-77. The Hague: Mouton, 1974.
  35. Mulder, M. J., ed. Mikra, Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum Ad Novum Testamentum. Section 2 Literature of the Jewish People in the Period of the Second Temple and the Talmud 1. Assen & Philadelphia: Van Gorcum & Fortress, 1988.
  36. Murtonen, A. and Gustav Ormann. Materials for a Non-Masoretic Hebrew Grammar. Helsinki, 1958.
  37. Neusner, Jacob. "Scriptures and Mishnah: Authority and Selectivity." In Scritpure in the Jewish and Christian Tradition, 65-84. Philadelphia: n.p., 1982.
  38. Penkower, J. S. "Maimonides and the Aleppo Codex." Textus 9 (1981): 39-128.
  39. Penkower, Jordan S. "Verse Divisions in the Hebrew Bible." VT 50, no. 3 (2000): 379-93.
  40. Price, James D. The Syntax of Masoretic Accents in the Hebrew Bible Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity, No. 27. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press, 1990.
  41. Prince, Alan S. "The Phonology and Morphology of Tiberian Hebrew." Ph.D., MIT, 1975.
  42. Revell, E. J. "The Oldest Evidence for the Hebrew Accent System." BJRylL 54 (1971-72): 214-222.
  43. ________. "The Placing of the Accent Signs in Biblical Texts Wtih Palestinian Pointing." In Studies on the Ancient Palestinian World, ed. J. W. Wevers & D. B. Redford, 34-45. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972.
  44. ________. "Biblical Punctuation and Chant in the Second Temple Period." JSJ 7, no. 2 (1976): 181-98.
  45. ________. "Masoretic Accents." In Anchor Bible Dictionary. New York: Doubleday, 1992.
  46. ________. "The Interpretative Value of the Massoretic Punctuation." In Hebrew Bible / Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation, ed. Magne Sæbø, 1/2, 64-73. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2000.
  47. Sæbø, Magne. "From Pluriformity to Uniformity: The Emergence of the Massoretic Text." In On the Way to Canon: Creative Tradition History in the Old Testament, 36-46. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1998.
  48. Seeligmann, I. L. "Indications of Editorial Alterantion and Adaptation in the Massoretic Text and the Septuagint." VT 11, no. 2 (1961): 201-221.
  49. Shamosh, Amnon. Ha-Keter: The Story of the Aleppo Codex. Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute, 1987.
  50. Spector, Johanna L. "A Comparative Study of Scriptural Cantillation and Accentuation (Pentateuch)." Ph.D., Hebrew Union College, 1950.
  51. Sperber, Alexander. "Hebrew Based Upon Biblical Passages in Parallel Transmission." HUCA 14, no. 1 (1939): 153-249.
  52. Sultan, Edna. "On the Significance of Cantillation." Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy 8 (1985): 81-91.
  53. Teicher, J. L. "The Ben Asher Bible Manuscripts." JJS 2 (1950-51): 17-25.
  54. Tov, Emanuel. "The Indication of Small of Sense Units (Verses) in Biblical Manuscripts." In Hamlet on a Hill; Semitic and Greek Studies Presented to Professor T. Muraoka on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. M. F. J. Baasten & W. Th. van Peursen, 473-86. Leuven: Peeters, 2003.
  55. Ulrich, E. C. "From Literature to Scripture; Reflections on the Growth of a Text's Authoritativeness." DSD 10, no. 1 (2003): 3-25.
  56. Weisberg, David B. "'Break in the Middle of a Verse': Some Observations on a Massoretic Feature." In Pursuing the Text; Studies in Honor of Ben Zion Wacholder, ed. John C. Reeves & John Kampen, 34-45. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994.
  57. Wickes, William. Two Treatises on the Accentuation of the Old Testament The Library of Biblical Studies. New York: KTAV Publishing House, 1881.
  58. Woude, Adam Simon van der. "Pluriformity and Uniformity; Relfections on the Transmission of the Text of the Old Testament." In Sacred History and Sacred Texts in Early Judaism, ed. J. N. Bremmer and F. Garcia Martinez, 151-69. Kampen: Kok Pharos, 1992.
  59. Zipor, Moshe A. "Some Notes on the Origin of the Tradition of the Eighteen Tiqqune Soperim." VT 44, no. 1 (1994): 77-102.

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